Sunday, December 2, 2012

Denver Real Estate: A Guide To Finding Properties In Denver

Denver Real Estate Investment If you're planning to live and own a place in downtown Denver real estate, then you're in for one great experience. Whether you're going to buy or lease a property, being part of a vibrant community is surely something that you can look forward to. With the area's real estate market holding its own while the rest of the country is undergoing some economic problems, this is one good proof that the great leaders and residents of the community is living up to their goals and vision. And with the biggest project for transportation coming really soon, there's no better place to live in. It's a fact that Denver homes for sale can be quite expensive, but fortunately you could find a way to get great deals if you've got the right real estate agent. The climate for real estate in this part of the country is booming, which is why now would be a great time for you to invest in the area's properties.

What makes investing in Denver real estate worthwhile?

Denver is truly a great place to live in, which is why the properties here would quickly appreciate when it comes to value. In here, you will be able to find great shopping, dining and entertainment infrastructures. Not only that, it is also home to excellent schools, various community centers and wide parklands. Even the surrounding areas from Centennial to Parker are just as great and beautiful. The homes and surrounding neighborhoods have some of the most beautiful properties which can be found in the country. They have the Historic Victorian in Five Points or Baker, the Capital Hill Denver Square, Washington Park Bungalow and Denver Country Club stately mansion; there is truly something for everyone. Neighborhood zoning codes are the ones that determine the size of a new home to be built in real estate Denver, which would depend on factors such as the lot size and set backs. With more children moving into the area, unprotected smaller-sized bungalows are being replaced to make way for bigger homes that come with modern conveniences.

Tips on finding properties in the area

If you're looking for Denver homes for sale, then you should seek the aid of a professional real estate agent before you'd decide to invest in a property (or properties) so as to get good recommendations on what types of properties are definitely worth your money. Professional real estate agents are the first ones to know with regards to the best deals for you. In addition to this, they will be able to give you the best prices before everyone else would know about it. Another important tip for you is to choose what is called a "buyer's agent". This kind of agent is someone who would do all the negotiations for you, and not the seller. The agent is the one who ensures that you get to pay the lowest price, and not that the seller will be the ones to earn the largest profit in the transaction. Other things that you should be aware of are the real estate firms that make claims that they are working for both the sellers and the buyers. Actually, what they really do is that they tend to charge commissions from both sides, so what happens then is that you end up paying more, and the seller profits less. These so-called "dual agencies" give the least amount of protection to both parties. The sad thing is that a lot of Denver real estate agents and real estate firms operate in this way, therefore you should avoid them no matter what.

Professional real estate agents in Denver are quite knowledgeable when it comes to the area's housing market, and they would be able to really help you find a home a lot faster than you would if you do the searching on your own. It's quite a fact that most professional Denver real estate agents are the ones that handle the paperwork, so that all you need to do is just sign and move in. Given these facts however, you must make it a point that you do not rely completely on your agent alone. It's advisable for you to do some amount of research yourself. You can visit several areas in Denver, so that you can make your own observations and get a "feel" of areas that would suit your taste. Your agent then will be able to focus his or her efforts in finding properties that would meet your needs and wants.

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Benefits of Modular Buildings

In Pennsylvania prefabricated buildings are being utilized more and more over traditional built commercial buildings. The installation is much faster because all of the components used to construct the building has already been designed and constructed at the plant. Quicker installation of the mobile building means less disruption to your daily operations. Fabrication is completed while site prep is being finished. Using in plant fabrication is an ideal way to reduce dust and debris that could possibly interfere with daily work operations. On average you can anticipate large time savings when using modular buildings design to construct offices within your organization. Another benefit of using prefabricated buildings in Pennsylvania is that all construction materials are used or saved for later projects. This is offers a greener approach. If your modular space needs change simply contact your installation company and ask them about new configurations. Keeping a modular building allows your company to change the look of the buildings at a later date. Modular offers flexibility and true advantages that simply out way typical construction.

The way to bet tell the strength of a modular building company is the synergy between the project managers and the team. As such, the strength and quality service has been molded into the core of professional organization as it seeks to meet the multiple needs of any number of customers in any number of industries in Pennsylvania. However, the growth of a modular company should be a careful extension of the demands of its clients. A true modular building company features a strong diversity and experience catering to a wide range of commercial and government needs. If you're company is searching for a modular building company that installs portable buildings and maintaining clients, make sure your choice also offers superb service. In Pennsylvania, most modular companies strive to promote the ease of doing business and to be recognized for their focus on customer service excellence.

Pennsylvania Modular Building Solutions

Are you looking at the responsibility of planning, making and constructing the new location of your company in Pennsylvania, but you have such a small amount of time to accomplish the task that you are wondering how in the world you will comply with the deadline? Modular structures have quickly become a sought-after option for meeting specifications and local building codes of most states and communities. Controlled conditions and computerized precision cuts have maintained flawless manufacturing technology that has left little room for errors. With modular construction preferences, most companies are not aware that their savings can sometimes be as much as 30% of their total project expenditures. This time-tested detail has proven modular buildings can offer amazing solutions for the construction of government, education and commercial structures in Pennsylvania. You deserve a seasoned company with over 2o+ years experience in the planning, assembling and project management of constructing modular buildings in Pennsylvania. Having such experience allows you to concentrate on other important details without having to keep track of site work planning, permits, architectural changes and timely site visits. When working with a professional dedicated team your project runs smooth eliminating your hurdles.

Modular structures provide expansion opportunities for multiple facilities including non-profits, churches, retail facilitates, and more in Pennsylvania. These expertly crafted portable buildings are not only eye appealing, but can also be crafted to match existing buildings. Roofing systems are normally flat, however more over-priced alternatives can be used to change the look and feel of the modular building. Modular buildings can also be constructed on lifted foundations. Selecting an affordable foundation can also offer handicap accessible solutions for the entry-way. A dedicated experienced staff will work directly with you and help offer suggestions that will maximize your space and usability. In Pennsylvania, modular buildings offer a versatile and limitless expansion opportunity to quickly become a more obvious choice without compromising the look and feel of traditional construction. The completed modular office building is often hard to differentiate from standard assembled structures. It often takes the trained eye of a construction worker to differentiate between a traditionally constructed expansion and a modular building expansion.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Thoughts on the Maison and Object Show, Paris



Interior design vs. exterior design; when will they ever meet? The Maison & Object show in Paris coincided with the Paris fashion shows. Not being an aficionado of haut couture, I do think that what I saw of the French showing of their interiors left me very disappointed and thinking they haven't moved on from the Provencal, fringes and lace decades of yesteryear. Who were displaying exterior 'objets'? Very few, so few they were next door to each other in a far corner of Hall 5A, with one or two exhibitors flung to the far corner of Hall 5B. As garden designers from London, we were anticipating seeing a lot of inspiring exhibitors and products. What a wasted opportunity, as I am sure many an expert in interiors is asked by the client to help with the furniture for the garden as well. There was just the one interesting furniture manufacturer, Les Jardin au bout du monde. The product designer Claude Robin has created wonderfully comfortable garden chairs in fine tubular steel in a riot of colours (sifter range) and aluminium frames with batyline slings (dripper range), just two ranges that demonstrate his style of harnessing strength with lightness.

Seriously disappointing to travel all the way from London town and the best of Show were Belgium companies exhibiting stylish, chic and contemporary planters and water features. Everything else was kitsch of the highest order. My mistake, we should have gone to Scandinavia to find the best in contemporary product design. As for Interiors, the French are still obviously bourgeois traditionalists!

A couple of exterior exhibits paid homage to the classical statuary that one would see around a French chateau or an Italian Villa Grande. Huge terracotta pots aged and wonderful in a romantic setting, but 'frostproof', maybe if protected!

The highlight of the day was to visit the Belgian company Domani. The scent pervading their display, of Viburnum flowers on huge bare stems, mixed with cherry blossom was worth the long walk to find them. They had cleverly addressed both ends of the style counter, with huge planters designed in the old vernacular but in modern materials and the old techniques of the finest craftsmen, producing textures and finishes that would look good in either traditional or modernist settings.

The trip was a long day to meet a few discerning suppliers but all the better for enjoying a very French supper in the Chatelet district before catching the last Eurostar back to Blighty.

Fashion Show Events



A fashion show is an event put on by a fashion designer to showcase his or her upcoming line of clothing. The first American fashion show likely took place in 1903 in the New York City store Ehrlich Brothers. American retailers imported the concept of the fashion show in the early 1900s.

Fashion

Featuring runway garments from the spring and fall/winter collections of ten influential couturiers and designers, the exhibition explores the ideas and inspirations motivating Paris fashion today, and why, in an age of globalization and instantaneous communication, this venerable city remains the fashion capital. The city has been a magnet for stylish men and women since the seventeenth century, but the French fashion industry has evolved considerably over the centuries and never more than in the last few years.

Recent assessments of the current state of Paris fashion have varied widely, with some pundits announcing its death, and others claiming that it is closer to fine art than ever before. By using fashion, a medium which has always been associated with self-expression and personal identity, these designers seek to demonstrate how the use (or misuse) of technology and its modes of production have the power to stimulate, delight, and inspire in ways as yet untapped in the fashion world. In the 1800s, "fashion parades" periodically took place in Paris couture salons.

The first American fashion show likely took place in 1903 in the New York City store Ehrlich Brothers. By 1910, large department stores such as Wanamaker's in New York City and Philadelphia were also staging fashion shows. By the 1920s, retailers across the United States held fashion shows. In the 1970s and 1980s, American designers began to hold their own fashion shows in private spaces apart from such retailers.

Models

Models in a fashion show have to change their clothes all the time to present new items to the public. Models are supposed to influence us in a positive way. Models strutting catwalks at London Fashion Week should provide a certificate attesting their good health, but there should be no outright ban on wafer-thin women, the British Fashion Council said on Friday. Spain and Italy have recommended banning models with a body mass index (BMI) of less than 18. "We favor the alternative approach of promoting good health based on medical assessments of models participating in London Fashion Week," it said.

The report acknowledged there was a problem with eating disorders among models and recommended a health education and awareness programme should be set up urgently. "During the investigation, evidence of the vulnerability of women in the modeling progression was startling and models are at high risk of eating disorders," said Denise Kingsmill, chair of the inquiry.

In a typical fashion show, models walk the runway dressed in the clothing created by the designer. Because the topic of fashion shows remains to find its historian, the earliest history of fashion shows remains obscure. Too many adolescent girls decide early on that they need to be "thin" like the models in order to be "pretty" when really they just need to keep themselves healthy.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

High Fashion Chanel Lady - FW - Paris

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      High Fashion Chanel Lady - FW - Paris
   
        On dit que seules quelques centaines de femmes dans le monde seulement disposent de moyens suffisants
        pour s'offrir une robe de haute couture. Selon les créateurs, les robes coûtent de 15 à 25 000 euros pour
        débuter et sont sans limite supérieure de prix. 
        La robe aux magnifiques broderies que porte cette jeune femme russe (?) habillée Chanel de la tête aux 
        pieds est sans doute dans la fourchette (très) haute de prix ...
        Text and Photos by Easy fashion Fred 

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Blue Dream Lady - FW - Paris

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      Blue Dream Lady - FW - Paris
      Photo by Easy Fashion Farid

Nicky Hilton - FW - Paris

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      Nicky Hilton - FW - Paris
      Photo by Easy Fashion Farid

Monday, July 23, 2012

Elisa - Rue Cambon - Paris

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      Elisa - Rue Cambon - Paris
      Dress by Manoush
      Shoes by Les Petites Parisiennes
      Hand-bag from her grand-mother
      Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Miss Michelle Harper - at Chanel - Paris

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     Miss Michelle Harper - at Chanel - Paris
     Photos by Easy Fashion Fred


       Certains la qualifie "d'OVNI" de la Mode. Mais ce qui est sûr, c'est qu'à chaque Fashion Week, 
       les photographes attendent avec impatience de voir quelles seront les tenues de Michelle H. 
       Ses coupes de cheveux sont elles aussi spectaculaires .... Ici à la sortie du défilé Chanel au Grand-Palais.


       Sur son tumblr, elle expose son point de vue sur la Mode et sans doute sur la vie en général: "Because 
       nothing inspiring is flawless or perfect. It's in the failures, the experiments, and the unique that I find 
       the greatest joy".  

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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Anna - FW - Paris

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     Anna - Blogger - Paris
     Her Blog "Miss Nobody"
     Her sunnies by Henrik Vibskov
     Photos by easy fashion Paris

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Saturday, July 21, 2012

Japanese Style - FW - Paris

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     Japanese Style Pattern - FW - Paris
     Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Friday, July 20, 2012

Technicolor Barbara - Panthéon - Paris

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     Technicolor Barbara - Panthéon - Paris
     Atelier Haldenwang
     Photos by Easy Fashion Fred

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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Chanel Purse - FW - Paris

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     Chanel Purse - FW - Paris
     Photo by Easy Fashion Fred
 

Hanne-Gaby Odiele - Concorde - Paris

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    Hanne-Gaby Odiele - Concorde - Paris
     Photo by Easy Fashion Farid

Vincent - Rue Tiquetonne - Paris

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    Vincent - Bootmaker assistant and Blogger - Paris
    T-Shirt by Naco Paris
    Legging by Kokon Tozaï
    Doc Marten's
    Sunnies by Retro Super Future
     Photos by Easy Fashion Fred


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Elodie - Rue Tiquetonne - Paris

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     Elodie - Actress - Rue Tiquetonne - Paris
     Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Rebecca - Rue Tiquetonne - Paris

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    Rebecca - Social Worker Student - Rue Tiquetonne - Paris
     Photos by Easy Fashion Fred

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Roxane - Bercy - Paris

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    Roxane - Japanese and Chinese Student - Bercy - Paris
    Cardigan and Pants from Korea
    Sleeveless T-Shirt from Japan
    Shoes by Abbey Dawn
    Necklace by Vivienne Westwood
    Bag no idea

     Photos by Easy Fashion Fred

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Friday, July 13, 2012

Elena Perminova - Marigny - Paris

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      Elena Perminova - Théâtre Marigny - Paris
      At Ulyana Sergeenko Fashion Show
      Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

In Fire - Rue Cambon - Paris

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      In Fire - Rue Cambon - Paris
      Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Yoon - FW - Paris

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      Yoon - Ambush Design - FW - Paris
      Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Nour - Rue Cambon - Paris

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      Nour - Rue Cambon - Paris
      Photo by Easy fashion Fred

Miroslava Duma - FW - Paris

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     Miroslava Duma - FW - Paris
     Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Anna dello Russo - FW - Paris

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     Anna dello Russo - FW - Paris
     The always incredible
     Photo by Easy fashion Fred

Thursday, July 12, 2012

L'Artisan du rêve * Boucheron * Paris

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     Même quand le temps est gris et qu'il pleut sur la place Vendôme au mois de juillet (!),
     chez Boucheron, les pierres précieuses brillent  toujours de mille feux. Pour "la Biennale 
     des antiquaires 2012", la maison de haute joaillerie a présenté sa nouvelle collection
     "L'Artisan du rêve" et j'ai eu le privilège de découvrir le travail des artisans d'art
     d'exception qui  perpétuent le savoir-faire de la maison fondée en 1866.

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     Selon l'usage propre à la culture de la maison, les bijoux recèlent des cachettes aux mécanismes
     subtils, telle cette perle géante qui s'ouvre (comme une huître ?) pour révéler tous ses secrets.

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     Le bracelet Caméléon fait de tourmalines, de saphirs et de diamants sera t-il apprivoisé ?

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     Ce bracelet-serpent semble sorti tout droit du film de Mankiewicz avec Elizabeth Taylor
     dans le rôle de Cléopâtre ... (la langue du serpent peut disparaitre ou apparaitre selon l'humeur
     de sa propriétaire ...). E. Taylor aimait les pierres précieuses et possédait d'ailleurs un diamant
     énorme de près de 70 carats qui portait son nom (Le Taylor-Burton offert par Richard Burton).

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    Cette pièce faite de diamants et de cristaux est d'une complexité inouïe !
    Elle a demandé des centaines d'heures de travail.

    Texte et Photos by Easy Fashion Fred
     (Post libre de tout lien commercial)

Ginta Lapina - FW - Paris

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     Ginta Lapina - FW - Paris
     Photo by Easy Fashion Farid

Baptiste Giabiconi * Grand-Palais - Paris

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    Baptiste Giabiconi - Grand-Palais - Paris
    B G is a model for Karl Lagerfeld, Singer and songwriter
    Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Monday, July 9, 2012

Jason and Zack - Rue Tiquetonne - Paris

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     Jason and Zack - Tiquetonne - Paris
     Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Sunday, July 8, 2012

At Ulyana Sergeenko Fashion Show

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    At Ulyana Sergeenko Fashion Show - Paris

    Un succès mérité pour la styliste russe Ulyana Sergeenko, pour son premier défilé au théâtre 
    Marigny. Ses robes aux parfums délicieusement 50's étaient de toute beauté et bien portées 
    par de jolis modèles  assez différents de ceux qu'on a l'occasion de croiser sur les autres défilés.
    Je suis fan !
    Texte et Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Miss Vika - Rue Cambon - Paris

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    Miss Vika - Rue Cambon - Paris
    Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

G Dragon - Bercy - Paris

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     G Dragon (Kwon Jiyong) - Artist - Bercy - Paris
     at Rick Owens Fashion Show
     Photos by Easy Fashion Fred

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Friday, July 6, 2012

Olivia Palermo et Johannes Huebl - FW - Paris

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    Olivia Palermo et Johannes Huebl - FW - Paris
    Photo by Easy Fashion Farid
   

Model with a Hook - FW - Paris

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    Model with a Hook - FW - Paris
    Photo by Easy Fashion Farid

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Miss Natsuko - FW - Paris

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    Natsuko - Agent for stores in Japan - FW - Paris
    Photos by Easy Fashion Fred

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Miss Elisa - Rue du Fg St-Martin - Paris

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     Elisa - Rue du Fg St-Martin - Paris
     Dress by Manoush
     Bag vintage
     Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Gentleman in a Hurry - FW - Paris

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    Gentleman in a Hurry - FW - Paris
    Photo by Easy Fashion Fred

Fashion Fighter - FW - Paris

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    Fashion Fighter - FW - Paris
    Photo by Easy Fashion Farid

Sylish Lens - FW - Paris

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    Samantha - Photographer
    Photos by Easy Fashion Fred


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